Students

Advisement and Registration

Brooklyn Resources

We want your remote advisement and registration for the summer and fall to be seamless. This process will be a bit different than when you're on campus, but on a fundamental level, it will achieve the same goal. The first step in this process is to review the Registration Help document, which provides essential information to help guide you. In addition, please review the resources provided below to ensure that your advisement and registration goes smoothly.

Campus-based undergraduate students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year are typically allowed to take two online courses every semester and during the summer term. Also, a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required to register for online courses. If you would like to request an exception to these policies due to an extenuating circumstance, or if you are encountering a wait-listed or closed online class that you must take to graduate on time, please fill out our Online Course Exception Request Form.

Long Island Resources

Advising and Registration is beginning next week. Although we are not able to meet with you in person for Advisement we are still here to help you.

The Summer/Fall 2020 Course offerings are available. You can begin to ADD courses to your electronic plan.

Each of the links provided below will assist you in the process of planning for your next semester.

The LI Advising Home page will provide all the contact information for Academic Advising staff. The Academic Advisement staff is available to assist all students with any questions or concerns. Please contact us by email and we will respond as quickly as possible.

The Degree Program Sheets link will provide the requirements for all majors at SJC. You can also access minor and certificate requirements from our Home Page.

The Screen Shot, Video and Printed Directions link will provide step by step instructions for planning courses and for registering. Screen Shots will show each page in the process. The video will have a voice explaining each step for advising and registration and step by step page is printed text for the process.

We are here for you and together we will be sure you are registered in a timely fashion. Be sure you plan courses at least several days before your registration date and notify your advisor through Student Planning or email so the advisor can review and approve.

Stay safe. Stay healthy. Practice social distancing and hold on to hope.

Campus-based undergraduate students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year are typically allowed to take two online courses every semester and during the summer term. Also, a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required to register for online courses. If you would like to request an exception to these policies due to an extenuating circumstance, or if you are encountering a wait-listed or closed online class that you must take to graduate on time, please fill out our Online Course Exception Request Form.